It was Nexus One, followed by the Nexus S, and it looks like the next official Google phone could come in the form of Google Nexus Prime. If online sources are right, we may see the new Google Nexus Prime smartphone to launch end October or early November.
According to TheDroidGuy, the upcoming Google Nexus Prime smartphone which is manufactured by Samsung, would be first carried by U.S telco operator Verizon in late October or early November, and then to other carriers. At a recent Verizon Developer’s conference in Las Vegas, a Samsung executive showcased the Nexus Prime, though he forbid attendees to have a closer look at the Android smartphone, nor allow others to take picture of it. According to sources, the Nexus Prime is broader and longer than the Nexus S which is likely due to the support for 4G LTE.
The Google Nexus Prime will come with 4.6-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen display, 5-megapixel rear and 2-megapixel front cameras, dual-core Ti OMAP processor. As Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich has yet to be out, it is possible that the Nexus Prime will run Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread mobile operating system and upgradeable to the newer Android version in the near future.